CBE Intranet

Safety Support

College Building Addresses
Architecture Hall, 3943 Stevens Way W
Gould Hall, 3950 University Way NE
Community Design Building, 3947 University Way NE


Dial 9-1-1 from any phone – including cell phones

Police Non-Emergencies
UW Seattle Campus Police (non-emergency)
TTY: 206.543.3323

SafeZone App
For a quicker response, please consider installing the SafeZone App.

The SafeZone app gives you direct access to the fastest possible safety assistance regardless of where you are! Inside the UW’s Seattle campus, the app provides you with immediate access to the UW Police when you need assistance. Outside of the UW’s Seattle campus, the app will connect you to the relevant local emergency services.

You can use SafeZone to:
  • Call for Assistance, if you have general, non-emergency questions about campus safety services.
  • Call for Medical issues, if you or someone near you needs urgent medical help.
  • Call for an Emergency, if you feel threatened, need urgent help or witness a crime in progress.
  • Set the Safety Timer to voluntarily share your location with UW Police for a virtual guardian service on the Seattle campus.
  • Check In to voluntarily share your location with the UW Police while you’re on the Seattle campus.
  • You can also use SafeZone to access safety information relevant to your time at the UW through the Safety Resources menu.

UW Alert is the official emergency notification tool for the University of Washington’s Crisis Communications Team. This team is tasked with getting the word out about any imminent danger or major disruption to the University. UW Alerts go out via SMS (text messages), email, and Twitter.

Available 24 hours / 7 days a week
In urgent situations, call 911.

SafeCampus is the University of Washington’s violence-prevention and response Program. We support students, staff, faculty and community members in preventing violence. You are not alone. Call SafeCampus anytime — no matter where you work or study — to anonymously discuss safety and well-being concerns for yourself or others.

Evening Escort Services
Husky NightWalk + NightRide
NightRide provides a fare-free, safe and easy way for U-PASS members to get home at night. NightRide shuttles pick up passengers at eight convenient campus locations and drop off passengers anywhere within one of two zones after the campus location stops.

Bicycle Registration
Electronics Registration
Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) Training
Victim Advocacy

Medical Emergencies
UW Medical Center 206.598.3300
Harborview Medical Center 206.731.3000
Hall Health Center 206.685.1001
Washington State Poison Center 1.800.222.1222

City of Seattle Police

  •  Call 9-1-1
  • 206-625-5011
  • North Precinct
    • 206.684.0850
    • The North Precinct provides 24/7 proactive patrol and 911 emergency response to North Seattle. Other precinct services include bike patrol, Anti-Crime Teams, Burglary/Theft investigation, Community Police Teams and Crime Prevention.
    • 10049 College Way N. Seattle, WA 98133

Washington State Patrol
Seattle Fire Department

  • 911
  • 206.386.1400
  • Station 17 – University District, Station 17
  • 1050 NE 50th Street
  • Engine 17, Ladder 9, Medic 16 and Battalion 6

American Red Cross
Washington Poison Center 800.222.1222
The Washington Poison Center (WAPC) provides immediate, free, and expert treatment advice and assistance on the telephone in case of exposure to poisonous, hazardous, or toxic substances. All calls are confidential.

Washington State Department of Natural Resources
An emergency such an earthquake can occur at any time. It is never too soon to personally prepare for such an emergency.